Bennett joined the lender trade body in 2001 and was awarded an OBE in 2010.
Premier Asset Management is renaming four of its multi-asset funds to make their purpose clearer for investors.
Terms dictated to providers by Sesame are nothing short of jaw-dropping.
Sometimes looking outside our own industry makes it easier to understand the potential impact of technology in context.
Halifax is encouraging lower-quality lending and penalising the applicants it should be looking to help.
There is still time to turn around low guidance take-up.
The Government is hoping the voting public does not cotton on to the complexity contained within the small print of the Budget
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The small print of the Budget reforms, from member penalties to DB transfer confusion, means not everyone will be able to access the pension freedoms in the way Osborne has suggested
Money Marketing reveals the pensions minister is seeking assurances from lenders that they will stop penalising borrowers for saving into a pension
Advisers, consumer groups and MPs question the future of the Money Advice Service after it was snubbed by the Treasury to deliver the guidance guarantee
A steep rise in non-advised sales has sparked fears that advice is being disguised as execution-only to get around suitability rules
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Association of British Insurers deputy director general Huw Evans tells Tom Selby how insurers are coping with the barrage of pension reforms emanating from Whitehall.
Head of pensions strategy Jamie Jenkins talks capacity crunch and the role of advisers in auto-enrolment.